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The Derby Arms, Aughton - pub details

Address: Prescot Road, Aughton, Ormskirk, Lancashire, L39 6TA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19739) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Town Green (1.1 miles), Aughton Park (2 miles), Maghull (2.1 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 7.8/10 (rated by 22 users)
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Town Green Inn, Aughton (1.1 miles), Cockbeck Tavern, Aughton (1.1 miles), Dog and Gun Inn, Aughton (1.7 miles), Frank Hornby, Maghull (1.8 miles), Everest, Maghull (1.8 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Derby Arms, Aughton

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Still a really pleasant free house on the edge of Aughton. Surrounded by fields, it's a true country pub. The real ale is good and apparently so is the food. Well worth a visit but beware screaming kids as it's family friendly.
JonNgog - 8 Jul 2019 17:48
This was the second pub in the Aughton area I visited after the Stanley Arms (not listed on here). But the Derby Arms was my favourite pub of 12 I tried in Lancashire either side of the football on Sunday. It's only a small place. But there are a few intimate corners. Ale drinkers are well served by a small but varied selection - Rat Hai Karate & Pet Rat, Rudgate Ruby Mild, Tetleys Cask & Salopian Oracle. Diners also seem well catered for, with the pub doing a roaring trade for food. There is a children's play area in the garden to keep the little ones occupied and to top it all, both staff and customers are friendly. Probably an 8/10, which is an unusual score for me for a pub without a real cider.
blue_scrumpy - 2 May 2017 21:08
This is an archetypal English pub which has largely been untouched by time. Easy to find as its on the main road between Ormskirk & Melling & stands alone in the countryside. Traditional dark wood paneling, Victorian artifacts, old beer bottles displayed on the high shelves & pump clips attached to the ceiling above the bar. Very cosy feeling. Arran Ale unbelievable value at �1.50 a pint (seemingly also untouched by time). More handpumps available too but the Arran was in excellent form so I didn't take much notice of the other choices. Well worth a visit.
happytyskie - 9 Oct 2010 19:10
Excellent all round
signalnorth - 2 Jul 2010 14:15
Great pub with a cosy feel with two coal fires to keep you warm during the colder weather. Real ales available including Arran Ale which at �1.50 a pint is excellent value. Food is very good too with big portions and it's worth having the all day breakfast.

I gather this pub has won a number of awards and from what I saw well deserved. Cheap ale, good service and nice food is a winning combination and is a blueprint for any successful pub.

wezmiester - 24 Nov 2009 20:03

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